Six Ways To Dress Up This Rakshabandhan With Ambraee

Six Ways To Dress Up This Rakshabandhan With Ambraee

The festive season is here, with the Teej festival that was celebrated a few days back, the festive spirit is in full swing. And so is the mood to shop for the upcoming festivals. Some of us have planned our entire looks from head to toe, well in advance and are now down to finalizing the last few details.

Some are coordinating their clothes with their brothers/sisters to go ‘twinning’ this Raksha Bandhan and some are yet to decide what to wear. 

No matter which category you belong to, here’s a list of festive edits which will take your style game, up a notch, this Raksha Bandhan:

The Timeless Queen

the timeless queen ambraee rakshabandhan style

If muted nudes in elegant silhouettes are your style, we have the perfect outfit for you. A brown chanderi suit with minimalistic hand embroidered neckline with beads and pearls, golden self-print and a beautiful scalloped dupatta. 

Bring out your sophisticated side with this outfit that is both stylish and comfortable for every weather. 

Style tip: Pair this outfit with contrasting jewellery, shoes and bag to make the most of it. 

The Indo-Western Junkie

indo western raksha bandhan dress style 

Whether you like to dress up traditionally for festivals or like to give your outfits an Indo western spin, the tiered jumpsuit will certainly add ‘fashion value’ to your wardrobe.

A flowy, comfortable fit, this outfit is as versatile as an outfit could get, with broad shoulder straps, cinched waist and flowy bottoms, it's the jam for your boho spirit. 

What’s more? It has pockets! Now carry your phone, keys and sass with ease! *Wink*

Style tip: Pair this jumpsuit with chunky oxidised jewellery and an embellished bag to make a bohemian style statement or throw on pearl earrings and a clutch to keep it simple. 

The Pastel Princess

pastel dress style rakhi

An exclusive hand-painted outfit that speaks class no matter the occasion you wear it to. 

Wear it to the Raksha Bandhan celebration looking like a present yourself, with that peachy glow. 

Whether you like classy pastels or traditional corals, a flowy long dress or an ethno-chic suit set, this outfit will never disappoint you for it brings out your personality through the prints and soothing colours of the fabric. 

Style tip: Pair the hand-painted outfit with pearls or jewellery that matches the print on the clothing. Keep the accessories muted to make sure the prints on the outfit stand out. 

The ‘Vocal for local’ lady

 rakshabandhan dress style

If you prefer outfits that are closer to the indigenous textile forms and prints, looks that are rooted in the culture of the country and love to keep it simple yet stylish, the kalamkari or bandhani suit set is the ideal choice for you. 

With earthy colours, bold and bright dupattas in kalamkari and bandhej prints from the heartlands of the country, these suit sets will soothe your soul while adding just the right amount of glamour to your outfit.

Style tip: Pair these suits with juttis or kolhapuris, bright traditional jewellery and bags or clutches that match your footwear to make the most of these vibrant outfits. 

The OTT Kind 

ott kind dress style

If you look at festivals as a reason to dress up and flaunt the best pieces from your wardrobe, there is nothing better than a silk suit set or a tissue suit set to bring out the fashionista in you. 

Pick a deep coloured silk kurta set or a soffit yet lustrous tissue suit set to set the tone for this festive season. These picks are high on style and high on comfort, so the best of both worlds, in your wardrobe. 

Style tip: Use golden or rose golden accessories to accentuate the complete look. Keep the accessories minimal to let the spotlight stay on the outfit while also keeping it fuss-free. 

The Saree Siren 

rakshabandhan saree design

Why fear dressing up when sarees are your go-to outfit for just about every occasion!

Pick a bright block printed saree in softer fabrics like cotton or chanderi or go for a printed kalamkari saree, you will never regret your ‘fashion decision’.

Whether you give your saree an Indo western twist or wear it traditionally you will always be ‘Saree not sorry'. 

Style tip: Balance your look according to the print/colour/fabric of your saree. If the same is bright, go for muted or oxidised accessories and vice versa. 

Pro tip: Always carry a bag or clutch that you are comfortable with when pairing it with a saree. You don't want too many things on your hands. #PunIntended

Make a stylish entry this Rakhsha Bandhan with our versatile collection. Click here to explore more styles that go with your personality.